Japan–United Kingdom relations
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Japan–United Kingdom relations are the bilateral and diplomatic relations between Japan and the United Kingdom.wikipedia
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Henry Dyer (23 August 1848 – 25 September 1918) was a Scottish engineer who contributed much to founding Western-style technical education in Japan and Anglo-Japanese relations.
Knightsbridge, LondonKnightsbridge GreenKnightsbridge Town Hall
From 1885 to 1887, as a result of the opening of trade between Britain and the Far East, Humphreys' Hall in Knightsbridge hosted an exhibition of Japanese culture in a setting built to resemble a traditional Japanese village.
Membership of the Society is open to anyone with an interest in the cause of Japan-United Kingdom relations, and on the recommendation of a member of the Society or upon attending a membership interview.
Japan SocietyJapan Society of LondonJapan Society of the UK
William AdamsWilliam Adams (sailor)Adams, William
The history of the relationship between Japan and England began in 1600 with the arrival of William Adams (Adams the Pilot, Miura Anjin) on the shores of Kyushu at Usuki in Ōita Prefecture.
British Embassy in TokyoBritish EmbassyBritain's Tokyo Embassy
See also the chronology on the website of British Embassy, Tokyo.
The British embassy performs a sustaining role in Japan–United Kingdom relations, dealing with political, economic and cultural interaction between the two nations, and also offers visa services to Japanese and other nationals in Japan.
Treaty of Amity and Commerce (U.K.-Japan) or Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Amity and CommerceTreaty of Amity and CommerceTreaty of Yedo
In the summer of 1939, a major crisis in Anglo-Japanese relations occurred with the Tientsin Incident.
Lord ElginThe Earl of ElginJames Bruce
Anglo-Satsuma Warbombarded Kagoshimabombarding the port of Kagoshima
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Thomas GloverGlover and Co.Glover
Ernest SatowSir Ernest SatowSatow
He was a key figure in East Asia and Anglo-Japanese relations, particularly in Bakumatsu (1853–1867) and Meiji-period (1868–1912) Japan, and in China after the Boxer Rebellion, 1900–06.
Richardson Affaircut downdeath
engineering institutionKōbushō KōgakuryōTokyo Imperial College of Engineering
Treaty of 1894
Anglo-Japanese TreatyAnglo–Japanese Alliancean alliance with Britain
Japan-British ExhibitionJapan-British Exhibition (1910)1910 Japan-British Exhibition
Heihachiro TogoAdmiral TogoTogo Heihachiro
Longford, Joseph Henry
Longford laboured long and hard to produce several readable and compendious books on Japan and as a member of the Japan Society of London was a strong supporter of maintaining good Anglo-Japanese relations.
CortazziSir Hugh CortazziCortazzi, Hugh
Sir Hugh has written, edited, translated or contributed to a number of books on the history of Anglo-Japanese relations, and Japanese history or culture.